Basic course of Linux

  • General mission:

    To present the capacity the Operating system Linux and its relevance in the present world of the computer science systems

  • Specific objectives:

    • That the participant knows the capacity the Operating system
    • To know the different distributions available in the market
    • To understand the indispensable steps to install it appropriately
    • To know the different forms to connect itself to a network
    • To analyze the capacities of Linux to connect itself with other operating systems
    • To analyze its operation as Web server and its functions in Internet
    • To as much know the programming languages as the data bases available for Linux, as well as the different forms to interact with them
    • To know the capacity Linux operating as a realtime system in industrial applications
  • Methodology:

    • Theoretical exhibitions
    • Learning reasoned with active interventions of the participants
    • Practices with personal computers
  • Duration:

    • 8 hours (50% theory, 50% practice)
  • Thematic content:

    1. Introduction:
      • What is the Operating system Linux
      • Where it is possible to be obtained
      • What applications it has available
      • What are &quotedistribuciones&quote of Linux
      • Compatibility with other Operating systems
      • Limitations of hardware
      • Basic steps to install Linux:
        • What to do when another installed Operating system is already had
        • Partitions of the hard disk
        • Minimum elements for an operable system
        • Basic configuration
    2. Conectividad and Internet
      • Forms to connect itself in a LAN and to Internet
      • Connectivity with Novell
      • Linux as Web server
      • Linux as e-mail servant
      • Bases to create a ISP with Linux
      • Linux as ruteo administrator
    3. Programming, Industrial Data bases and Applications
      • C and C++
      • Java and JavaScript
      • Perl and Python
      • MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Sybase and Interbase
      • ODBC
      • RT Linux (Real Time Linux)
        • Comparison with other RTOS as QNX and LYNX
        • Data acquisition
        • Industrial control
    4. The structure of directories of a typical system

    5. Basic commandos

  • Directed a:

    All that one that is tired of excessively expensive operating systems, that are blocked very followed, that does not offer the necessary security and whose support really is poor

  • Requirements

    • Basic knowledge of computation